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37 mins
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Atom-Thick Materials for the Next Eelectronics Revolution

Tomás Palacios
Emmanuel Landsman CD Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Electronics is at a crossroads. The materials and technologies that have enabled the information revolution of the last 60 years are quickly reaching their ultimate physical limit. Fortunately, a new generation of atom-thick materials has recently been discovered. This talk will review these new materials, all of them less than one nanometer thick, and the novel devices and applications enabled by their amazing properties.
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40 mins
ILP Video

Is Corporate R&D the Victim or Master of Doubletalk?

Howard Anderson
Bill Porter (1967) Distinguished Senior Lecturer of Entrepreneurship
MIT Sloan School of Management
The corporate gospel has been that sustained high investment in research will lead to a boatload of insanely great products that will carry a company to a new level, driving growth in profits and staking out vibrant emerging markets. But it’s time to ask: does it really work? And if it does, why are so many prestigious and supposedly well-run companies continually blindsided? Is the answer that it’s not working well and perhaps just doesn’t work at all any more. Corporations need to take a closer look at their devotion to internal research.
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46 mins
ILP Video

The Process of Innovation (RD2013)

Eugene A. Fitzgerald
Merton C. Flemings (1951) SMA Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
MIT Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Despite all the data to the contrary, many still cling to a linear model of innovation, starting with inspiration and marching inexorably towards profit. Experience reveals a very different model of innovation, an iterative process that challenges individuals and organizations alike and capitalizes equally on success and failure. Examining cases from AT&T Bell Labs, MIT, and the start up community provides lessons for would-be innovators across industries seeking to move beyond models and have impact in the real world.
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13 mins
ILP Video

Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program

Joel Schindall
Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program
The Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program fosters new approaches that prepare the nation's young engineering leaders for productive and effective careers in engineering companies. To develop the potential leaders of engineering innovation, invention, and implementation, the program works both with students enrolled at MIT and beyond the Institute with industry. The program is committed to ensuring that MIT continues to lead the nation in graduating effective engineering leaders.
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40 mins
ILP Video

Clean Water Technology Research at MIT (RD2013)

John Lienhard
Samuel C. Collins Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Director, KFUPM Center for Clean Water and Clean Energy
Director, Rohsenow Kendall Heat Transfer Laboratory
MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering
Water supply is a growing challenge worldwide. Water scarcity affects both the developed and the developing world, and it affects regions that are considered dry as well as regions that are not. Research on water at MIT touches all aspects of water supply. This talk will discuss basic concepts of water supply and methods of purification, with a focus on desalination technology. Novel research at MIT in desalination and water supply will be described. This will include research related to membrane technologies, thermal and solar technologies, water distribution, wetlands, and challenges specific to the developing world. Issues related to the water-energy nexus will also be considered.
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